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Photogenics have announced their first courses for 2014.

The next ‘Know your Camera – the Basics’ two day course will be held at La Herradura Restaurant, Los Montesinos 4th & 5th February.

The course covers the basic principles of photography, including use of aperture and shutter speed settings, as well as good composition, to create special photos of scenes and family and friends.

Numbers are always limited so that we can spend a lot of one-to-one time helping people to understand how to get the best out of their particular camera.

‘Get the most out of your compact camera’.

Did you get a new compact camera for Christmas? Or, have you owned one for a while and still don’t know how to use all it’s capabilities?

Tuesday 28th January we will be holding a one-day course especially for people with compact cameras. Whilst they have less flexibility than a larger camera, knowledge of how to make creative use of the various modes and other facilities these cameras offer, can result in much more pleasing results.

The course will also be held at La Herradura Restaurant from 10.30am to 4.30pm. The cost is only €45, including a light lunch (drinks extra)
Enhancing your photographs Course

Our popular photo enhancement course using Adobe Lightroom on your computer will be held at La Herradura 21ST and 22nd January.

Lightroom is a powerful, but efficient, program for making the most of your photos. Software is provided – you just need a laptop to bring along.

We have been running photographic courses for over three years.

More details of these courses can be seen on our website www.photogenics-cb.net, or you can email us at info@photogenics-cb.net.

You can enrol or contact us for more information via email or the website. Alternatively call David on 649613517.

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